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Huskers continue preparations for Badgers

Lincoln, Neb. - The Huskers practiced for just under two hours in half pads Tuesday in afternoon. The offense practiced inside Memorial Stadium and the defense practiced on the Ed and Joyanne Gass pra... Read More

Creighton men's soccer unanimously voted No. 1

MAHA, Neb. – The nation's only remaining unbeaten and untied team, Creighton Men's Soccer has been unanimously voted No. 1 by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), marking the fifth consecutive week the Bluejays have been ato... Read More

October 6, 2015

Wheat Crossroads Co-op/Sidney, 4.31 (+0.14) Crossroads Co-op/Bridgeport, 4.31 (+0.14) Crossroads Co-op/Lyman, 4.31 (+0.14) Farmers Co-Op/Hemingford, 4.54 (+0.14) New Alliance / Alliance, 4.54 (+0.14) Frenchman Valley Co-Op/Kimball, 4.30 (+0.13)... Read More

Sheridan County Cowboy Trail Supporters Honored

An audience of more than 120 turned out Saturday in Rushville to celebrate completion of the first sections of the Cowboy Trail west of Valentine to be given a crushed limestone hard surface. Volunteers with the Sheridan County-based Cowboy Trail ... Read More

OSHA investigating death of Western Sugar Billings, Montana worker

BILLINGS, Montana — Authorities have identified the worker found dead at the Western Sugar beet-processing plant in Billings. The Billings Gazette reports that employees discovered the body of 34-year-old Matthew Boyer Sunday in the beet drying ... Read More

Bearcats win 4th straight district golf title

For the fourth straight year the Scottsbluff Bearcats reign as the B4 Girls District Golf champions. Paced my meet medalist Hannah Holloway, the Cats shot 349 to outdistance second place McCook by 32 strokes.  The Bison were three shots ahead of ... Read More

Generational expert speaks to community college officials

Generational expert Chuck Underwood told officials with the Nebraska Community College Association there are five living generations and understanding how each copes with their environment is a key to business and family relationships. Underwood, ... Read More

McGrew man leads authorities on overnight pursuit

A convicted felon is back in police custody this morning after leading Scotts Bluff County authorities on an overnight pursuit. 33-year-old Robert Brown of McGrew was arrested this morning on charges of Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Flight to ... Read More

Kids of Scottsbluff choose playground equipment for Frank Park

The children of Scottsbluff have spoken and the City Council answered Monday evening by approving their selection of new playground equipment for Frank Park. Assistant City Manager Nathan Johnson tells KNEB News the kids in the community were aske... Read More

Woodhead does well

Former Chadron State standout Danny Woodhead was among the leaders this past Sunday as the San Diego Chargers outlasted Cleveland 30-27. Woodhead’s play that gained the most attention isn’t in the Chargers’ playbook.  He was supposed to sta... Read More

Chadron captures C5 District Golf title; Mitchell qualifies first time ever

It was a good day for area golf teams at the C5 District Golf Tournament at Four Winds Golf Course in Ogallala.  Chadron came away with the team title and Mitchell was the third team qualifying for the Class C state meet in North Platte next Monday ... Read More